Learning across lifespan involves expanding the repertory of knowledge, along with technical and interpersonal know-how, at all ages.
But learning in aldulthood, particularly at work, also requires updating previous knowledge that have been progressively and extensively consolidated in memory and that can be retrieved automatically.
Updating and modifying previous knowledge in adulthood represent a cognitive challenge!
Advance in cognitive psychology and neuroscience reveal the pillars of learning and the brain dynamic to update previous knowledge and acquire new ones.
These scientific discoveries pinpoint the obstacles to learn at all ages and helps refine leaning methods suitable for adults.
In this conference, I will present the levers and obstacles to learn continuously in adulthood.
We will uncover the cognitive challenges that the brain faces to expand and update knowledge.
I will present the key brain-friendly techniques and best practices on learning how to learn.
The cognitive challenges to learn in adulthood
The contribution of neuroscience on learning to learn
Cerebral plasticity at all ages
How to focus attention to learn
How to learn from mistakes
How to cultivate motivation
How to consolidate new knowledge
Know the basics of cognitive neuroscience and brain functioning
Know the 4 pillars of learning at all ages
Manage the limits of learning capabilities in adulthood
Use brain-friendly techniques to develop learning capacities in adulthood
Teachers, trainers, educators, instructors
Schools, training establishments
1 hour talk
30 minute session of open questions
+200 hours of teaching and training pratices
+20 participations in international conferences
+19 years of research in cognitive psychology and neuroscience
+4 year experience in technological innovation